Make UK and Inspired Energy release the final report of their step-by-step roadmap taking companies through their complex decarbonisation journey
Make UK’s manufacturing members, in partnership with Inspired Energy, have published the final report of the first roadmap to net zero for the manufacturing sector. The roadmap, which was developed in consultation with some of the major manufacturing sub-sectors, provides a clear direction and major milestones towards the long term 2050 goal. It aims to encourage companies to take those first successful steps towards reducing their carbon footprint.
This simple blueprint also outlines how companies and their sub-sectors will contribute to the establishment of the four low-carbon industrial clusters by 2030, and the decarbonisation of mini-clusters at dispersed sites. The plan reflects the targets set to date by the Government and by other industry sub-sectors, planting the major milestones in the ground to ensure businesses stay on track and pick up the pace required for the complex journey to the decarbonisation of factory production processes and energy consumption.
Manufacturers can also see the major opportunity that net zero represents for them and their sub-sectors – from access to finance for green investments, significant benefits of reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions, developing and exporting new products and knowledge, that will lead to the sector being an attractive, innovative and sustainable one to work in, creating highly skilled and rewarding green and digital jobs across the country and rewarding green and digital jobs across the country.